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Apr 12, 2013 1:00am PDT
. a film maker daniel gordon exposes the message behind the spectacle in his documentary, "a state of mind." here's a sample. >> each of the 6,000 performers is synchronized to the group. each group to its chapter and each chapter to the whole. everyone will act as one, an embodiment of the philosophy of self-reliance. the performance is entitled army first career, and will last for 45 minutes. kim jong-il is unable to attend. >> really incredible. a moment there from the documentary "state of mind." joining us, documentary film maker, daniel gordon. daniel, it's so fascinating to see these huge public events, these collective events, these propaganda. for the outsider looking at it, it looks like this incredible spectacle but -- and as propaganda, but i guess for the people who have grown up there, daniel, this is really all they've known. this seems normal to them. >> that's exactly the right word. it's totally normal. and really, what i found when i was there was that it's not just normal. all the mass games are entirely for internal consumption. they're not there to impress us as weste
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